5-year-old Oliver loves to play with trains. And just as his trains must sometimes find their way through tunnels and over mountains, Oliver’s mother felt as though his autism had created a different kind of wall.
Fortunately, with help from UHCCF, speech, behavioral and physical therapy have helped Oliver scale all sorts of obstacles. Or even bust right through them like in the video games he and his brother, Sebastian, love to play. Oliver is now attending regular kindergarten, communicating better and making new friends all the time.
September 26, 2017
The 6th Annual UHCCF Northeast Golf Event at Lake of Isles Golf Club & Resort in Connecticut will take p... more >
July 31, 2017
Please join us on Monday, July 31, 2017 at the Hazeltine Golf Classic to benefit the UnitedHealthcare Chi... more >
July 30, 2017
The UHCCF MN Century ride is a well supported 100 mile ride through a picturesque country side. From the ... more >
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